BOOT & SADDLE

1131 S. Broad Street,
Philadelphia, PA 19147

Into It. Over It. (Acoustic), The Jazz June

Into It. Over It. (Acoustic)

The Jazz June

Heartwell

Sat, April 12, 2014

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 8:30 pm

The Boot & Saddle

Philadelphia, PA

$12.00

Sold Out

This event is 21 and over

Hosted by Washed Up Emo

Into It. Over It. (Acoustic)
Into It. Over It. (Acoustic)
Into It. Over It., the brainchild of Chicago, IL musician Evan Weiss having played in a number of bands over the years, Weiss had originally conceived Into it. Over It. as a means to break free from a musical rut. His project quickly took on a life of its own and in true DIY fashion, Weiss went on to release a steady string of 7″, splits, cassettes, and LP’s while touring the world non-stop, both as solo artist and with a full band including tours with such acts as Frank Turner, The Wonder Years, Where’s My Band Tour (w/ Matt Pryor, Dustin Kensrue, Chris Conley), Owen and KOJI (with whom he recorded a split, which was named by the Associated Press as one of the year’s ‘Most Overlooked Albums Of 2010′, alongside artists like Mumford and Sons, Grace Potter and the Nocturnals, and Gucci Mane.)

In discussing the future of Into It. Over It., Weiss explains, “With the new year, it came time to turn a page. Not only was Triple Crown excited about what I wanted to make and how I wanted to make it, but they gave me the tools to do so. It’s been a brand new process for me. Uncharted territory. They have been supportive above and beyond to help me be able to be the musician I really want to be. To craft the record I really wanted to make. I couldn’t think of a better home.”
The Jazz June
The Jazz June
The Jazz June started their eight year run in 1996 in a small town in Pennsylvania named Kutztown. The 5 of them all met at Kutztown University and started playing shows in basements and garages throughout Kutztown, PA. The band took their favorite aspects of indie rock, punk and post hardcore and made it their own. Each songs precision seems to be countered by just the opposite - the ever-so-often changeups can throw the new listener off a bit, creating a conglomeration of noise and melody as if 5 different bands were to play at once.

The band stopped playing live in 2004, but remained close and continued to write songs and collaborate on each others projects. In 2013 the band has returned to form in a non-traditional or virtual sense and have indicated new songs are in the pipeline.
Heartwell
Heartwell
Heartwell are as much an indie rock band as they are a punk rock band; loud then quiet, jangly then powerful. Taking their cues from bands like Compound Red and Lifetime, these four gents are embodying the exciting, DIY, sing-a-long, community driven shows of late 90’s New Jersey - including the after show diner stop.
Venue Information:
The Boot & Saddle
1131 S. Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA, 19147
http://www.bootandsaddlephilly.com